Baldwin Shooting – DeSantis Wants Police Officers
Alec Baldwin breaks silence on Halyna Hutchins shooting: ‘Heart is broken’
Alec Baldwin said Friday that his “heart is broken” after firing a prop gun that killed a cinematographer and wounded the director of a movie being filmed in New Mexico.
“There are no words to convey my shock and sadness regarding the tragic accident that took the life of Halyna Hutchins, a wife, mother and deeply admired colleague of ours,” Baldwin tweeted.
Producer Errol Webber Says Alec Baldwin Should Be Charged With Manslaughter
A documentary film producer has said he ‘hopes’ Alec Baldwin is charged with manslaughter after accidentally shooting and killing a cinematographer on the set of his new movie Rust.
The 68-year-old Hollywood actor was holding the firearm – which was a prop gun – when he accidentally discharged it, shooting Halyna Hutchins, 42, director of photography, as well as the film’s director Joel Souza, 48.
DeSantis eyes $5,000 bonus for unvaccinated police to relocate to Florida
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis (R) said Sunday that he is looking to enact legislation that would provide a $5,000 bonus to police officers to relocate to the Sunshine State where they can avoid vaccine mandates.
DeSantis told host Maria Bartiromo on Fox News’s “Sunday Morning Futures” that Florida is “actively working” to recruit law enforcement officers from other states who are being fired for not getting COVID-19 vaccines.
A comparison of US Bill of Rights and The Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms
Former United States Attorney General Ramsey Clark wrote in the New York Times, “A right is not what someone gives you; but what no one can take away.” It is in this vein that a country drafts legislation to protect the rights of their inhabitants. In the United States there is the Bill of Rights, which consists of a preamble and the first ten amendments to the United States Constitution, 1787 . The Charter of Rights and Freedoms is the first part of the Canadian Constitution Act, 1982 . Both of these documents provide for the rights and freedoms that both countries see as inalienable to their respective populations.
Ontario planning to lift more COVID-19 restrictions next week: reports
The Ford government is reportedly planning to loosen more COVID-19 restrictions as COVID-19 cases continue to trend down, according to multiple reports.
It comes nearly a week after Ontario lifted capacity limits in sports venues, concerts halls and movie theatres.
The province had planned to eventually exit the Step 3 phase of their reopening plan, but increasing case numbers and the delta variant forced them to pause.
Reports say the announcement is expected to come next week and will end the capacity limits in most public places including restaurants, bars and gyms.
Masking indoors and other public health restrictions are expected to remain in effect.
B.C. preparing for care staff to quit over mandatory vaccines
A provincial order that all workers be fully vaccinated to keep their jobs at hospitals and other health-care facilities is “essential” for the safety of patients and staff, even if it means vaccine-hesitant workers lose their jobs, says B.C.’s health minister.Share on Facebook Tweet about this